Holiday Cottages in Ireland

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  • Last Minute Cottages - SeaChange Annexe
  • 1

    Ballygarrett

    SeaChange Annexe

    Ref: S275337

    Reviews 12

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    Ballygarrett is a small village found in County Wexford, a community-based settlement encompassed by lush countryside and sandy beaches. The rural village boasts a shop, pubs, a café, and a church, as well as being walking distance from Ardamine...

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    £67

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Waterfall House
  • Clonakilty

    Waterfall House

    Ref: S525512

    Reviews 5

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    Dunmanway, in West Cork, is surrounded by mountains on three sides. The traditional triangular town squares contain superb shops, restaurants, and a colourful nightlife. Bantry, Kinsale, Rosscarbery, Clonakilty, and Macroom are nearby, while...

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    £59

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Cavan Hill Cottage
  • Ballinrobe

    Cavan Hill Cottage

    Ref: S5757

    Reviews 17

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    The market town of Ballinrobe, County Mayo is situated on the River Robe, close to Lough Mask, Lough Carra and Lough Corrib. Ballinrobe is surrounded by many features of archaeological, architectural, historic and ecological interest, plus the...

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    £37

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Lehane's Cottage
  • 2

    Macroom

    Lehane's Cottage

    Ref: S372252

    Reviews 7

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    The village of Clondrohid is tucked away amongst the stunning countryside landscape of County Cork, a stone's throw away from the popular market town of Macroom. The small village is home to a traditional Irish pub, serving refreshing pints of...

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    £104

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Breezy Point
  • Donegal

    Breezy Point

    Ref: S842239

    Reviews 1

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    The bustling market town of Donegal Town is situated in the south of the county at the point where the River Eske flows into Donegal Bay. Rich in history, the town was founded as a result of the 17th century Ulster Plantation planned around the...

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    £63

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  • Last Minute Cottages - 22 Town Place
  • 1

    Ballinrobe

    22 Town Place

    Ref: S684794

    Reviews 1

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    In County Mayo, near Lough Mask, Lough Carra, and Lough Corrib, is the bustling market town of Ballinrobe, located on the River Robe. Geographically, it is the perfect starting point for travellers who want to discover Galway, Mayo, and west...

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    £55

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Howley Cottage
  • 1

    Ballina

    Howley Cottage

    Ref: S367060

    Reviews 6

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    Crossmolina is a delightful rural town in County mayo, known for hosting the Crossmolina Festival annually. The local surrounding area is a haven for fishing, so Crossmolina makes an excellent base for keen anglers and fishermen. The town is home...

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    £55

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Lackaroe Cottage
  • Garrykennedy

    Lackaroe Cottage

    Ref: S521831

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    Garrykennedy is a town and harbour on Lough Derg in Tipperary. The 15th-century Garrykennedy Castle Harbour ruins is a popular site for tourists to store their boats and explore the gorgeous region, which includes a playground, contemporary...

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    £55

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Millfield
  • Killarney

    Millfield

    Ref: S4918

    Reviews 20

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    Kenmare is a pretty town set on Kenmare Bay, overlooking the glittering Atlantic Ocean. This area is filled with lovely scenery, good beaches, and fascinating wildlife, making Kenmare a great base for exploring the surrounding region. The town...

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    £111

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Annie's Cottage
  • Castlebar

    Annie's Cottage

    Ref: S40402

    Reviews 17

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    Belcarra is an attractive village situated close to the bustling town of Castlebar in County Mayo. Belcarra has been awarded the Tidy Towns award on many occasions and is situated on the Manulla River, which is a tributary of the River Moy. For...

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    £130

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Fort Lodge
  • Limerick

    Fort Lodge

    Ref: S879286

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    The historic town of Newcastle West situated in a great bowl-shaped valley, which was once known as the ‘valley of the wild boar’ is the second largest town in the county of Limerick after Limerick city itself and boasts a wealth of shops, pubs...

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    £61

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Tom’s Cottage
  • Westport

    Tom’s Cottage

    Ref: S534794

    Reviews 3

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    The well-known town of Westport has a large selection of stores, eateries, pubs, and bars. It also has a vibrant traditional music scene and a strong Irish heritage. The Erriff River, which is about three miles away, the Delphi River, which is...

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    £101

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  • Last Minute Cottages - 5 Rinevilla View
  • 1

    Kilrush

    5 Rinevilla View

    Ref: S6250

    Reviews 10

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    The quiet village of Cross is located along the breathtaking Loop Head Peninsula, a slender finger of land that extends into the Atlantic Ocean, embracing some of Ireland's supremely stunning coastlines. The village has a pub and a shop, and is...

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    £96

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Longfield Lodge
  • Killarney

    Longfield Lodge

    Ref: S129178

    Reviews 19

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    6
    Firies is a small village just a short drive from the town of Killarney in County Kerry. The area has a very rural feel, dotted with sheep and dairy farms, and is also on the Ring of Kerry route. Many attractions can be found at Killarney and...

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    £95

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Shannon View
  • Nenagh

    Shannon View

    Ref: S697664

    Reviews 2

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    Nenagh is truly a town for all seasons. There are not too many provincial Irish towns about which you can honestly say that a weekend isn’t nearly long enough. The location was formerly a market town and its name in Irish means “The Fair of...

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    £115

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Aggrafard
  • 1

    Galway

    Aggrafard

    Ref: S854038

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    The traditional village of Oughterard is found in the west of Ireland on the shores of Lough Corrib, at the start of the Connemara Mountain range and close to the famous Western Way. Home to the Oughterard 18-hole championship golf course,...

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    £67

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Moorhen House
  • 2

    Loughanure

    Moorhen House

    Ref: S842200

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    The lovely, coastal village of Annagry is located in West Donegal, close to Donegal Airport. Boasting an award winning Blue Flag sandy beach and a traditional thatched pub, it is an ideal location for discovering this part of Ireland. Charter a...

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    £120

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Ard an Phíobaire
  • 2

    Derrybeg

    Ard an Phíobaire

    Ref: S278755

    Reviews 10

    3
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    The wonderful costal village of Derrybeg can be found tucked away in the idyllic County Donegal, within the luscious country of Ireland. Best known for its far-reaching coastline, the area is filled with beautiful beaches offering the ultimate...

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    £83

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Rocklands House
  • 1

    Beaufort House

    Rocklands House

    Ref: S599672

    Reviews 6

    4
    6
    At the foot of the Macgillycuddy Reeks, close to the Gap of Dunloe, lies the little village of Beaufort. This area offers beautiful mountain views and is a nice place to go for a walk. The village is located between Killorglin and Killarney and...

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    £103

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Shannagh
  • Portsalon

    Shannagh

    Ref: S696854

    Reviews 1

    3
    6
    Resting on the western bank of Lough Swilly is the tiny seaside resort of Portsalon, home to one of Ireland’s top golf courses. Portsalon makes for a wonderful base for exploring the Fanad Peninsula, and boasts a picturesque harbour at...

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    £72

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Shroughan
  • 2

    Letterkenny

    Shroughan

    Ref: S777398

    Reviews 3

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    6
    The village of Gortahork is situated on the north western tip of the County Donegal coast, and is an increasingly popular location for surfing and walking. There are several beautiful beaches around the area, and the village is home to the Samhain...

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    £81

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Ballaghboy Cottage
  • 2

    Boyle

    Ballaghboy Cottage

    Ref: S700372

    Reviews 5

    3
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    The small and lively town of Boyle sits on the border between County Roscommon and County Sligo. Steeped in history, Boyle has had a varied past and features a beautifully preserved 12th century abbey, as well as the grand King House, a restored...

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    £68

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Calvey's Cottage
  • Newport

    Calvey's Cottage

    Ref: S855405

    3
    6
    The popular town of Westport offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, pubs and bars, and is alive with traditional music and rich Irish heritage. There are also good fishing rivers and lakes within easy reach, including the Erriff River,...

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    £87

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Corrib
  • 1

    Galway

    Corrib

    Ref: S854036

    Reviews 1

    3
    6
    The traditional village of Oughterard is found in the west of Ireland on the shores of Lough Corrib, at the start of the Connemara Mountain range and close to the famous Western Way. Home to the Oughterard 18-hole championship golf course,...

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    £71

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    Why choose holiday cottages in Ireland

    Whether you choose Cork, Kerry, or anywhere in between, when it comes to picking your Ireland holiday cottage, you're sure to be spoiled for choice. As a country with an absolutely massive range of luxury locations and must-see sights, it should come as no surprise that Ireland's holiday cottages are no less diverse. The only thing we can promise will be the same with all of them, is they'll be perfect, from the ground floor to the top.

    Get the holiday cottage of your wildest dreams

    Whatever you're dreaming of, the properties of Ireland can provide. Don't want to be away from your four-legged friend? Book a delightful dog-friendly holiday. Wanting your Ireland breaks to heat things up? Take a look at the best cottages with hot tubs, or leave city life far behind you, with a secluded log cabin holiday.

    Imagining a Ireland holiday cottage with stunning sea views? Search the best cottages on the Irish coast, or maybe the best holiday cottages near the beach. If you're hoping for a living room with a little extra luxury, book one of the best big cottages in Ireland, a beautiful back garden, or perhaps one of the properties with a pool.

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    Frequent questions

    • What is the best month to visit Ireland?

      The best month to visit Ireland depends on personal preferences and interests. The summer months of June, July, and August generally offer pleasant weather, longer daylight hours, and a vibrant atmosphere. However, spring (April and May) and autumn (September and October) can also be excellent times to visit, with fewer crowds, beautiful landscapes, and opportunities to experience local festivals and cultural events.

    • How many days in Ireland is enough?

      The number of days needed to explore Ireland depends on the depth of experience desired. A minimum of 5-7 days is often recommended to cover the highlights of popular destinations like Dublin, the Ring of Kerry, the Cliffs of Moher, and Galway. However, to fully immerse in Ireland's diverse landscapes, historic sites, and vibrant culture, extending the trip to 10-14 days or more allows for a more comprehensive exploration of the country.

    • Where should I go in Ireland for the first time?

      For a first-time visit to Ireland, starting in Dublin, the vibrant capital city, is a great choice. Explore its historic sites, such as Trinity College and Dublin Castle, and immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere. From there, consider visiting popular destinations like the scenic Ring of Kerry, the majestic Cliffs of Moher, and the charming city of Galway, which showcase Ireland's stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage.

    • What is the most walkable town in Ireland?

      Galway is often regarded as one of the most walkable towns in Ireland. The compact city center allows for easy exploration on foot, with its pedestrian-friendly streets, lively atmosphere, and numerous attractions within close proximity. Strolling through the colorful streets of Galway allows visitors to discover charming shops, pubs, restaurants, and historical landmarks such as the Spanish Arch and Eyre Square.

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